THE BEST OF
by Tracy’s New York Life Editorial Team
The moment we’ve all been waiting for is here: the #1 post of the year! This flashback will give you the opportunity to catch some of our hottest posts of the year if you missed them, or reread a few favorites before we move on to 2015. Have you read #2 yet? You can catch that post here.
If you’ve moved to New York recently, you’re probably feeling emotions you didn’t anticipate. Chances are, most of what you’re going through is perfectly normal. Everyone who’s relocated to Gotham experiences the ups and downs, the good, the bad, and everything in between.
Once you settle in, however, you’ll barely remember that honeymoon phase. Until then, all we can recommend is to savor every second. Your early moments of NYC Life such as the long road to landing your dream job, learning how to ride the subway, the woes of walking almost everywhere, or even dining in a delicious restaurant in a cool neighborhood, will become distant memories in a New York minute.
Peruse Tracy’s account of seven sentiments she recalls feeling during her first year in NYC –– also the #1 blog post of 2014.
As we wrap up this year, we’re sending a big THANK YOU to our fans for your love and support. Cheers to 2015 and another magical year of blogging from New York City!
|Feeling things you didn’t expect? Totally normal.|
Whether you came to New York for college, career, or at random and never left (that happens sometimes!), that initial year living in the city that never sleeps is indeed unforgettable, and for good reasons. The first year is one of discovery, one in which you’ll make mistakes, and then figure things out, so you won’t make those same mistakes again. Your emotions run the gamut; sirens ring, taxis speed, lights flicker, people hurry, and you watch, listen, and wonder. And then one day, everything comes together, and you get it.
If you’re about to join the ranks of the I’m-moving-to-New York crowd, these are seven emotions you can’t help but feel during your first year living in NYC.
Ah, the Chrysler Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, blocks of brownstones, Zabar’s…
You probably loved New York City way before you had an address or a 347 area code (212, 917, and 646 are long gone). But now that you have your very own 5 by 7 corner in someone else’s apartment, that infatuation has multiplied because you’re living here. Well, sort of living here.
Finish reading the #1 top blog post of 2014: 7 Emotions You’ll Feel During Your First Year Living in New York